Who Do You Think You Are? It’s Sarah Jessica Parker’s turn to climb her family tree, which reaches back to the Salem Witch Trials. Did ancestor Esther Ellwell stand trial as a witch, or was she an accuser? Tonight, 8 p.m./7 p.m. Central Time, NBC.

A League of Their Own. Celebrate opening week of baseball season by Netflixing this 1992 movie by director Penny Marshall. Rosie O’Donnell, Geena Davis, and Madonna step up to the plate in a rollicking tribute to the all-women baseball teams of the World War II home front.


Everything Under the Sun: Photographs by Imogen Cunningham. Cunningham was a pioneer of modern photography known for her fluid figure studies, portraits, and botanical images. (She’s also thought to be the first woman to photograph a male nude—in this country at least—in 1916; at left, her 1925 Magnolia Blossom.) Sixty images survey her lengthy career, which began in 1907 and ended shortly before her death in 1976 at 93. Seattle Art Museum, through August 29.


Bella Noche. Get a jump on next weekend—and ease the sting of tax day—with a Thursday-evening birthday bash for Isabella Stewart Gardner, whose Venetian palace of a museum has welcomed visitors since 1903. Enjoy live music and sip a “Madame Gautreau” cocktail in the courtyard garden as you admire the nasturtium vines cascading from the balconies. April 15, 5:30-9:30, at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

New York

Sondheim on Sondheim. Vanessa Williams and cabaret legend Barbara Cook anchor an 80th-birthday salute to the theater’s reigning composer-lyricist, which the show’s designer calls “a documentary in musical revue form.”

Now in previews at Studio 54, running April 22- June 13.

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